ISconf - infrastructure build and configuration manager
ISconf can be thought of as a cross between sudo(8) and a distributed version control tool like Git or Bitkeeper. Changes you make via ISconf are journaled and added to a distributed repository, queuing them for execution on other target machines. Those other target machines do not need to be running, or even be built, at the time you check in changes. As you turn on, build, reboot, and/or run 'isconf up' on other machines, ISconf consults the journal and executes the same changes, in the same order, on each machine.
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